Andrew Zale, 11th grader at Westfield High School, is one of 25 finalists from among 2,000 middle and high school students in New Jersey who participated in the 2013 Mahatma Gandhi Art and Writing Contest sponsored by the Association of Indians in America (AIA-SJ), South Jersey Chapter. The purpose of the contest is to raise awareness on the importance of Gandhi's message on non-violence, racial harmony and peace.
Westfield High School Student Finalist in Mahatma Gandhi Writing Contest
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